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of its relationship with india, and most of all feels that this constructive engagement is likely to end, once pakistan ceases to be of strategic use to america. all political groups here asked the u.s. to use soft power and economic growth to resolve the intractable conflict that continues to spread through this region. anita mcnaught, al jazeera in islamabad. >> if you want to get a sense what american diplomats working in pakistan are sometimes up against, consider this account we came across earlier this week in "the new york times." it describes a recent meeting between the obama administration's new under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs, that's judith mchale, and a pakistani journalist. according to the "times," she told him how america wants to build bridges to the muslim world. his response, quoting now, "you should know that we hate all americans. from the bottom of our souls, we hate you." >>> and now to our weekly roundtable. our look back at some of the week's most important international news stories. tonight we'll discuss the presidential election
in proportion to their economy are doing the best right now. look at india. it's growing. look at the companies that have increased their spending. united states as a percent of g.d.p. they are still shrinking. it's not about helping the economy. it's about redistributing wealth. you don't have to just impact companies or alter the can i of companies that have received tarp money because pay is competitive. if a bank has received tarp money has gotten a cut. >> the thing that bothers me most about this whole pay czar statement is where he says i have the discretion. the concept of the czar is fundamentally at odds with the constitution of the american people. >> there are regulations that have been promulgated. they are gite clearly delineated. he can say what he wants but he does not have unlimited discretion here. one of the things he has to take into account is retaining people at these companies. the market value of those employees. >> i'm not worried about feinberg. i'm worried about another pay czar. nancy pelosi. what if she raises taxes on people making more than $100,000. that's scary.
or india or iraq or indonesia where they end up and things have soared sort of hidden values. religion fascinates me so you get the southeast asian religious figures of course, but it tells us to behave ourselves, a little stream, put it around your neck. it is a begging bowl from afghanistan picked up in a bizarre. the work is very fine if you look and the thing is you don't want to publish something like this. let the dirt of the sentry on it. my brother gave me these for christmas because we had some when we were children and it's just a reminder of when we were kids. they are called britain's, these little soldiers. but the most important thing in this room by far even more important than the books, pictures of my wife. they are all over the house. when i write, my goal is not to disappoint my wife, not to dismay her. it doesn't mean i want to make her angry. we want to disagree on things but my test is have i written sufficiently honest with enough integrity to pass the kathryn mcintyre peters test and i have another test at penn state as an undergrad back in the 60's, 70's when i
in determining someone's gender. for example, the runner from india that they had cited, she has what we believe is androgen insensitivity syndrome, someone who has male chromosomes but their testosterone receptors do not work. they have testosterone but their body doesn't know that it's there. >> if you have xy chromosomes i thought that made you a man and if you have x xx you're a woman. but it is not that simple either. >> it is not that simple. it is much more complicated. the gene and the genitals and the hormones that are in your body and the identity in your mind have to be put into a mix together. in a lot of cases -- >> shouldn't racing officials already put up benchmarks? essentially they are now inva invading this person's privacy in the most public way possible. you would think race officials would have determined, all right, you need on the chromosome level you need this. on the hormone level you need this. it is amazing to me they are just now saying let's test and try to figure it out. >> i agree with you. i think if we are going to start invading people's privacy and questioning
they are being replaced by mathematicians from korea, india, china. i teach at usc down the road, and the engineering school and theath and the biological science as well are very heavily asian and asian-american so that like many things in america, we have outsourced maffei learning and we know the people on wall street can't -- [laughter] >> robert a piece of the question was living people versus dead people for lack of a better word. any thoughts on that? >> [inaudible] -- amazing files, chronological material [inaudible] >> welcome the answer is definitely yes. i mean, if you have a story that is exciting to write, i think you should begin to imagine dramatizing it if it's that kind of thing. and it doesn't have to be a competition or categorical choice. you can all go down one road. i think that any story that has human themes that are powerful and moving can be dramatized. i think to dramatize rutherford's life i don't know. i would have to read richard's book. i know that with the wittman's, they live in modest homes in brooklyn, they were a family of carpenters, the fathe
the painful answers for seattle's mystery man. >>> and field of dreams. a reality show in india proved again that dreams really do come true and these two men are proving it, playing a little baseball, down in florida. early this saturday morning, august 22nd, 2009. captioning funded by cbs >>> hi, everybody. welcome to "the early show" here on a saturday morning. i'm chris wragge. >> iraq erica hill. great to have you with us today. august 22nd already. >> it is crazy. you know what is crazier? there are some children back to school. for some of you parents, it is a good thing. but kids back in the schools in mid-august. >> parts of the country, they're back. >> for those of you that aren't back yet or don't have everything you need, you're in luck. we're doing a little back to school bargainista shopping today. live to an office depot in new jersey, we'll go up and down the aisles, find you the best deals for everything you need on that list. >> the best time to shop now at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> no one is in the store. grab a cup of coffee after "the early show" and head on out. >> we all
. india gets 50% of the vote will be a runoff in october. both candidates assured officials that will respect the results of the official despite fears of ethnic unrest. >> new developments in the case of that runaway teenager left home because she feared punishment from her muslim parents after she converted to christianity. while court has ruled that the girl will remain in florida in foster care until a custody arrangement is worked out. the 17-year-old was from our house, says she is worried her parents will kill her divisive sharia law. she will remain in foster care until another hearing september 3. we have more on this ahead for you. >> meantime, the feds, decimates out about this investigation into michael jackson's death. it continues. federal drug enforcement agents just rated a really hills pharmacy. they spent five hours searching for evidence that the pharmacy may have illegally dispensed medication. this is the same pharmacy that sued michael jackson 2005 for running up a $100,000 bill. that's hard to do a pharmacy, by the way. the pharmacy end up collecting a
sweetheart and i will be going on a journey in november to vietnam and india and sri lanka because i want to among other things come and get more of an understanding of how we can start to feed more people and make them more healthy so that when you do coded visit them you are not looking a lot of the impoverished people. you were looking at people who could look back at you and say, what is it? so i have been very interested in this organization called heifer international. >> host: heifer? >> guest: heifer da capo. they have come up with an incredible thing in a catalog, the most important catalog he will ever receive and it is because you can order water buffalo, the cows, chickens, ducks, pigs, rabbits, all kinds of animals and you can arrange for them to be sent to people who don't have them, and then someone will go to them and teach them how to take care of them, how to get milk and make cheese and how to sell your profit and then, when your animal has a child, whatever, a calf or a pig, then you give that to your neighbor, give that to somebody else in the community. i am deeply c
, but also in india and china. that is the competition. that is the global economy we are in, and we want to make sure that states are doing the best they can to differentiate and to meet these much higher bars as they get developed. secondly, how to reduce teacher quality? we note is not race, not class, not socio-economic status. in fiscal year 2007, 57% of students with disabilities spent 80% or more of their time in regular education classrooms. had we make sure that not just special-education children but each child can be a child a special needs? how we can use this for special development to make sure that we're not putting kids in their basements anymore, that we are mainstreaming, making sure that every teacher has the ability to support those students. how do we do it better job of not burning out our special education teachers? we know how tough an overwhelming that job is and how much paper work there is. there is great turnaround. -- how much paper work there is. how do we change that? -- paperwork. how to reduce the paperwork? how to start being more creative math, science,
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